The 26-year-old man, who suffered serious head injuries in the Holborn Way brawl on Monday night, died yesterday morning at a central London hospital.
Hundreds of people went to the first ever lights switch-on in Earlsfield on Thursday night
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A Fraser Deans hat-trick left director of rugby Sean Thomson purring on Wednesday as Hampton School reached the last 32 of this year’s U18s Natwest Schools’ Cup.
Jason Taylor, 35, of Dunstable Road, West Molesey, faces further charges of causing death whilst disqualified, causing death whilst uninsured, two charges of driving whilst disqualified and two charges of driving whilst uninsured.
Ex-Liberal Democrat leader Derek Osbourne was released from prison just over a year ago having served a year of a two sentence for making and distributing indecent images of children.
Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspectors visited last week and reported a list of concerns about the way the critical care unit was being run.
Every Christmas, the airwaves are filled with the sounds of festive tunes. But not all of them are created equal.
We all know that telly is best around Christmas time and this year fans of a good whodunit will be able to tune into a festive special starring a former Corrie actor who lives in Wandsworth.
A dramatic U-turn over tax credits, a possible rise in council tax to fund social care and no expected cuts to police funding will impact on Epsom and Ewell but some are waiting for more details before celebrating.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested and bailed in connection with the alleged rape after visiting Pryzm nightclub in Clarence Street.
A memorial fund set up in PC Duncan’s name donated the money to the boat club, where a mosaic rests noting his contributions as a volunteer leader at the Molesey Sea Scouts headquarters.
Short-listed businesses anxiously await results due to be unveiled at drinks reception tonight.
The ever-popular children’s story The Snowman will be brought to life by a children’s TV legend in Croydon in December.
Wandsworth's table tennis star Aaron McKibbin may have beaten some of the best players in the world, but he still concentrating on improving to reach the Rio 2016 Paralympics.
The crash, which happened at about 6.15pm yesterday in Ewell Road, Surbiton, left one person with non-life-threatening injuries.
Essentials like deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, sanitary products and snacks were also donated
If it had been in the Premier League, Gary Lineker and co would have been swooning over it on Match of the Day.
The development at Lyon Road has caused a stir the Walton community for the past two years when the first plans for the Weylands site were submitted in 2013. If put forward, developers, Clean Power Properties Ltd, would transform the site into an…
Hercules Wimbledon just missed out on a set of team medals in the South of the Thames five-mile cross country race staged in freezing conditions over a testing, muddy course at Polesden Lacey.
Two weeks after the Paris terrorist attacks, the Chancellor said in his autumn statement that "the police protect us and we are going to protect the police."
Four men barged into the Oakdene Parade shop shortly before 5.30pm yesterday, Surrey Police said.
Join the Christmas fun with light switch-ons, markets, carols and even fancy dressed dogs
On at least five occasions in March this year patients had to travel more than 20km for treatment.
Emily Johnson, 13, from Ewell, raised around £1,300 in sponsorship for donating her hair to Little Princess Trust, a Hove charity that make wigs for children who lose their hair during cancer treatment.
The £85,000 new facility was opened by the mayor of Merton, Councillor David Chung, and the mayoress Irina Chung.
The centre will be used to train the next generation of paramedics across south west London.
The Viper Rooms has introduced an "experienced picker" who sits in an office and watches the nightclub’s door camera before deciding which clubbers should be let in.